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Restoring Tradition

Students at South Georgia College (SGA), Douglas, Ga., got a new perspective last fall with a campus expansion that added a new 252-bed residence hall and student life center. Previously, the college's symmetrical layout began at its historic entrance at one end and ended at an old gymnasium–Clower Hall – at the other. The ambitious $11 million improvement project extended these boundaries and created a vibrant new focal point for student activity. More

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Swamped in the Everglades

Now that the Everglades's natural water flow has been altered to civilize Florida,... More

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Rethinking Resources

California supply problem proves solvable More

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Keeping pace with development

In Kendall County, Ill., the race is on. As developers scramble to buy farmland, builders scurry to create homes, and people flock to purchase lots, officials entrusted with providing public works must struggle to keep pace with the growing need for services. More

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